The 2016 Grand National during Aintree will start an hour after than in prior years, during 17:15 BST, to give fans a improved event to watch a race.
In 2015, 8.9m viewers watched a competition on Channel 4, with some-more than 600m TV viewers tuning in worldwide.
Channel 4’s conduct of TV events Ed Havard said: “The 17.15 container follows a formula round-up on BBC Radio 5 live, providing fans with a event to listen on their journeys home.”
The competition is on Saturday, 9 April.
Havard combined that a pierce “will place a National as a wise consummate of a three-day festival”, that starts on Thursday, 7 Apr during a Liverpool racecourse.
Head of BBC Radio Sport Richard Burgess said: “We demeanour brazen to providing endless rave and undeviating explanation on BBC Radio 5 Live of a Grand National in a new time slot.
“We’ll also have copiousness of time for greeting after a race, with a match Cornelius Lysaght heading a BBC group during Aintree.”
John Baker, Regional Director of a Jockey Club North West, called it an “extremely certain step brazen for a ‘People’s Race’, adding: “This is a certain pierce for a Crabbie’s Grand National and we’re vehement about a probability of showcasing a biggest follow in a universe to a wider inhabitant and tellurian audience.”
A encumber jump for redeeming and pledge jockeys will now be a usually competition that will follow a National, during 18.10 BST.